My husband and I are going to BA for 3 weeks in January, and I'm looking for an apartment in Recoleta. Has anyone dealt with 4rentargentina? Are they a reputable agency?
Put "apartment rentals" in the Search box at the top of the page and you can start reading right away . names and places and reviews. Have fun with the planning stage :)Edited: 17 November 2017, 17:19
thank you; this forum has opened up a whole new world to me.
Then our mission has been accomplished :)
Try airbnb and vrbo. You can do a map view
you can also try...
i just use them since they have filters for things such as lodging type, location, amenities and such. you can choose a currency to display the cost and there is also a map feature too.
not there are other search engines that do similar things too.
one last comment. Read the fine print too.
Come back here with any questions you might have about locations / neighborhoods etc.
Everyone here is SO good at that :)
Airbnb and done!
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I agree AirBnb is the easiest and probably the safest method to book an apartment as you're guaranteed to be the apartment you saw online or you're totally protected by Airbnb. Just about every single owner even if they list on other websites has their property on Airbnb these days. Their search filters are just about the best out there.
I stayed in Buenos Aires in early November for 9 nights in the worst apartment I have ever rented while travelling. The terrace was full of scaffolding and unusable, there was a water tank in the ceiling above us that serviced the apartment block and made such a noise we resorted to wearing ear plugs at night. I rented this apartment from Buenos Aires Habitat, an organisation recommended to me. It was not cheap at $1,025 USD, $790 of which was paid in cash on arrival. Emails to BA Habitat complaining about the standard of the accommodation were unanswered once I was in occupation. There are no apartment reviews on the BA Habitat web site. Travellers beware.